First conditional-lesson

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First conditional-lesson

  1. 1. GRAMMAR STUDY: First Conditional LEARN MORE »»»» LEARN MORE »»»»
  2. 2. FORM: IF+ PRESENT SIMPLE… FUTURE SIMPLE LEARN MORE »»»» LEARN MORE »»»»
  3. 3. Uses: To talk about situations which are likely to happen in the future and their probable results or consequences: Example: If we don´t leave now, we will miss the train. LEARN MORE »»»» LEARN MORE »»»»
  4. 4. To Make: Predictions Example: If the weather is nice tomorrow, there will be a lot of people on the beach. LEARN MORE »»»» LEARN MORE »»»»
  5. 5. It is also used to Make: promises Example: If you pass the exam, I´ll buy you a motor bike. LEARN MORE »»»» LEARN MORE »»»»
  6. 6. It is also used to Make: Threats Example: I´ll tell the director if you don´t behave yourself. LEARN MORE »»»» LEARN MORE »»»»
  7. 7. It is also used to Make: Warnings Example: If you don´t take more care, You´ll have an accident. LEARN MORE »»»» LEARN MORE »»»»
  8. 8. Note that:  The if clause can be put at the beginning of the sentence or after the main clause.  When the If Clause comes first, we separate it from the main clause with a comma. LEARN MORE »»»» LEARN MORE »»»»
  9. 9. Note that:  When the main clause comes first, there is no comma between it and the if clause. The Future Simple can be replaced in the man clause by a modal verb. LEARN MORE »»»» LEARN MORE »»»»
  10. 10. Thank you for your interest !

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